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Indigenous reads for your holiday break Part of an ongoing series by the Indigenous...

Just like you, we are doing our best to cram all of our notes together as the term comes to a close and exams...

Food Review: Gol’s Lanzhou Noodle

Hey food fans. This week, my colleagues catalyzed my latest food adventure. They pulled me aside one day with haughty expressions on their faces.  “You...

10 fun things to do in Waterloo over the Christmas break

Planning to stay in Waterloo over the Christmas break?  Don’t worry, there’s actually lots to see and do!  Here are some things you can...

You’re ganja have a good time

With the holiday season fast approaching, many people are looking forward to heading home to spending time with friends and family, and eating lots...

Year of Indigenous Languages ends, revitalization remains crucial

  It is coming to the end of the year, a time which many people are sharing memories of the past months and reflecting on...

ISA honours the absent

The  Indigenous Student Association (ISA) remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two Spirit people every year for the 16 Days of Activism...

Student tips: Stress Management 101

Are you already feeling overwhelmed? Do you feel there are way too many things demanding your immediate attention? Are you overworking yourself and still...

Review: The Seagull Play No, that’s not me

The Seagull Play was originally written by Anton Chekhov, a Russian playwright and short story writer, over 100 years ago.  The play gave me chills,...

Review: Bao Sandwich Bar weaves tactile tapestries in Waterloo

Hey food fans, this week I sought the gritty realism of Waterloo’s dark underbelly, journeying east along a frosty University Ave., past black-market stationary...

Photo Spotlight: The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery

Established in 1993, the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery is one of the best places to admire the virtuosity of Canada’s art scene. Admission is...
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